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Cruises to Canada from Boston

Go north on your next cruise. New England and Canada cruises from Boston take you to magnificent autumn scenery and historic ports. Dine on lobster, hike, bike, watch whales, marvel at the colors of the leaves, and explore the towns in Nova Scotia and more. That's a Boston to Canada cruise vacation.

Bar Harbor, Maine, was once an exclusive summer resort for America's wealthy. Now it's known as the gateway to beautiful Acadia National Park. Take a carriage ride through the park or pedal a bike.

Newport, Rhode Isand, is famous for the grand mansions of rich families like the Vanderbilts, Astors and Morgans. Stroll around town to take in the sights.

In Halifax, Nova Scotia, passengers are greeted by the skirl of pipes and drums as the 78th Highlanders offer a preview of historic Halifax. Scenic shore excursions are available to the lighthouse at Peggy's Cove, Lunenburg World UNESCO World Heritage Site, and more.

At the port of Sydney, located on Cape Breton Island, cruise passengers will experience the province's culture through arts, crafts and music. Spend the day at Fortress Louisbourg, the largest historic reconstruction in North America or visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck. Take a scenic tour of the world famous Cabot Trail.

Saint John, New Brunswick, lives its reputation as "The Fundy City" every day. Here are some of the highest and wildest tides in the world. Steeped in 400 years of rich history, the tree-lined streets of Uptown Saint John echo back to the Victorian age. Saint John offers the old-world charm of a historic seaport and a base for exciting Bay of Fundy eco-adventure.

Prince Edward Island is filled with natural beauty, excellent exploration and activity opportunities, great food and shopping, and an atmosphere of total relaxation. From spring's green fields to an explosion of gold and crimson in the fall, Prince Edward Island never fails to show you its colors.

Montreal is old world charm, French joie de vivre, and real modern style. The Old City is fascinating and there's great nightlife and exceptional shopping.

What to pack for a Canada cruise? For spring and fall, bring warm sweaters and a medium jacket. For summer, you'll need everything from shorts and sandals to a light sweater or two for evenings by the sea.

Canada Cruises from Boston

The Holland America ms Maasdam makes 7-day cruises to Canada and New England from Boston. Visit Bar Harbor (Maine), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Sydney (Nova Scotia), Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island), Quebec City (Quebec); and end in Montreal. You'll also cruise the beautiful Saguenay Fjord.
• 2015 departures: May 23; June 6, 20; July 4, 18; August 1, 15, 29; September 12, 26; October 10.

Holland America 7-day Canada and New England cruises on the ms Veendam. One-way from Boston to Quebec City, with stops at Bar Harbor (Maine), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Sydney (Nova Scotia), and Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island).
• 2015 departures: July 11; September 5, 19; October 3.

Innovative Royal Caribbean 7-night Canada & New England cruises from Boston. Roundtrip cruises from Boston to Halifax (Nova Scotia), Saint John (New Brunswick), Bar Harbor (Maine), and Portland (Maine).
• 2015 departures: September 27; October 4, 11, 18.
• 2016 departures: September 18, 25; October 2, 9, 16, 23.

Fun Norwegian Cruise Line has 14-day cruises to Canada. Round-trip from Boston to Portland (Maine), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island), Gaspesie (Quebec), La Baie (Quebec), Quebec City (Quebec), Sydney (Nova Scotia), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Saint John (Bay of Fundy), and Bar Harbor (Maine).
• 2015 departures: September 11, 25.
• 2016 departures: September 9, 23.

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